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Eyewitness Audio From Baghdad

Eyewitness Audio From Baghdad

Here Scoop provides a link to eyewitness accounts from inside Baghdad. Here an American peace activist gives an audio account of an emerging human and environmental catastrophe.

Click here to listen to this Flashpoints Radio Eye Witness Account 20 Kilometres from Baghdad…

Flashpoints Radio has reported this eyewitness account from an American Peace Activist located 13 miles from Baghdad.

“Tom Kahill, 66 years old, a grandfather.. at the water treatment plant, 13 miles from Baghdad.. Tom: 16 of us here.. about the bombing.. today a big sandstorm all day.. mixed with oil from fires.. making a huge mess.. a report from March 22, 101 casualties.. a young girl, collapsed lung, internal bleeding.. the ER had so much blood on the floor it had to be cleaned every few minutes.. the hospital almost out of supplies on that day.. this looks like this may turn into a guerilla war.. a water treatment plant in Basra damaged, the people now getting water out of the river, mixed with sewage.. the US government has terribly miscalculated Iraq.. ironic that the Bush administration thinks it can replace a dictator that they installed not too many years ago.. the Shiite Muslims feel double crossed by the US, likewise the Kurds in the north…”

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